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|Title||:||2014: How to Survive the Next World Crisis|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
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2014: How to Survive the Next World Crisis Reviews
Nicholas Boyle is the highly respected biographer of Goethe, having completed two of the intended three volumes of Goethe, The Poet and The Age. The current book, 2014: How to Survive the Next World Crisis is a continuation of themes he explored in Who Are We Now? Christian Humanism and the Global Market from Hegel to Heaney.Boyle is not trying to be a prophet with respect to 2014 but rather he brings an intelligent and long term historical perspective to the aftermath of the Great Financial Crash.It is a vain hope that the world will swiftly recover from the disgraceful lapse in corporate governance combined with the accumulated result of consumers spending on the never never that tipped the economic world on its head in 2007. 40% of the world's wealth was destroyed and yet petty self interest at a national level still rears its ugly head.The politics of simplistic self interest - the mantras of lower taxes, emotive climate change scepticism and fear of the effects of globalization will almost certainly contribute to a deeper world crisis. Such a result while unintended is not necessarily unforeseen.Nicholas Boyle brings a sophisticated viewpoint that can assist policy makers to bring a long term and integrated perspective to the current state of the union. The character of the world in which the next two or three generations of the human race will have to live is what is at stake.